I just started AS and I'm studying Spanish and noticed how many students in the class already know the language or know similar ones like portuguese, so they can get an easy A in A level (if they put some effort in of course) which makes me regret what I have done; I was constantly pressured in secondary school to complete french A level early and for the AS year I got a B but I finished with a grade C for a level My teacher was NEVER there and I was revising for my GCSEs at the same time. I wish I did what the spanish people did and just did it during college. Is my French A level even recognised by universities? I feel like my hard work went in the bin? I didn't even come out with a good grade >
Meh, if you don't like it that much, work hard this year, drop it come AS results day
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